“If you dig, there’s one thing.” The resounding rejection live – Libero Quotidiano

“If you dig, there’s one thing.” The resounding rejection live – Libero Quotidiano
“If you dig, there’s one thing.” The resounding rejection live – Libero Quotidiano

Ask him everything, but not to make a marriage proposal with great fanfare. OnIsland of the famous, Ignazio Moser – arrived at the grand final – does not want to do the show. And, so, having met Cecilia Rodriguez (which in practice landed in Honduras just for him) clashes with the authors. Ignazio reads the love messages written by Cecilia Rodriguez and then meets her: passionate kisses are not lacking. The public is dreaming, since the couple has been since the first Big Brother Vip (year 2017) is loved by everyone: Moser and Rodrigurez, we remember, fell in love right in that house (she was in a deep crisis with Francesco Mountain, dumped live to let himself go into the arms of the historic son of Francesco Moser, cycling champion).

Ilary Blasi, however, he wants the scoop trying to put everything together, very final and eventual marriage proposal live on the beach. But this proposal does not have to be made. “There is the sunset, the sea, the beach. If you dig under there is a little thing, I carried on”, says the presenter who hopes in the love phrase that can turn into adrenaline for the share. Zero. Moser says nothing.

For some time there has been talk of marriage between them, but for now the yes still seems far away. The couple prefers to live this moment peacefully without the clamor of newspapers and social media. Immediately after the island Moser called Andrea Damante (the two met right in the house of the GfVp). A moment that became social because the Veronese DJ published a screen of that shirtless video conversation with the former castaway.

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